in july 2010 i used walcot chapel in bath as a studio space for 4 days opening to the public for the weekend, accompanied by photographs and an interactive piece by paul procter

2 Responses to “in july 2010 i used walcot chapel in bath as a studio space for 4 days opening to the public for the weekend, accompanied by photographs and an interactive piece by paul procter”

  1. Jane Says:

    Hi Cath,

    I’ve enjoyed looking at your work, I didn’t know you were exhibiting in Bath, If I had I would have come along to the Walcot exhibition.
    How did you find Walcot Chapel as an exhibition space?
    I exhibited there in 2005 but I found the space rather too large for one artist to fill!
    If ever you are interested in doing a joint exhibition I’d be interested.
    I won’t be offended if you decide not to reply 🙂
    Anyway good luck with your future works etc.

    Jane

  2. catholeary Says:

    Hi Jane
    Thanks for the compliment. I found Walcot Chapel a really good space to exhibit in. It’s so light and peaceful but also seems to look totally different depending on the work displayed. A good spot also for passers-by on their way to and from town, plus the coffee at the Bell is really good 🙂 A joint exhibition sounds like a good idea! will send you a proper reply.
    Cath

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